Riding the current dancehall wave with his new single "Not Nice" is none other than PARTYNEXTDOOR, one of those responsible for the resurgence of these riddims on the charts. You see, PND is the man behind Rihanna's hit "Work," having penned the song and sung the original, and he's putting in some work of his own on his latest cut, the first listen from his upcoming album P3.
PARTYNEXTDOOR is none too pleased with his lady friend on "Not Nice," and he's calling out her wicked ways. "You not nice, you rude / Look what you putting me through / I'd never do this to you," he sings on the chorus. The track is not only full of island flavor, but the Canadian incorporates a lot of Jamaican slang to describe this rude gal and all the feels she's giving him.
"Not Nice" will fit nicely onto your breezy summer 2016 playlists alongside "Work," AlunaGeorge's "I'm In Control" and Drake's "One Dance," which this track sounds strikingly familiar to. With PND signed to Drizzy's OVO Sound label, we're sure that's intentional. PARTYNEXTDOOR should have no problems charting with this song and gaining momentum for the release of P3 on August 12th. Pre-order P3 on Amazon or iTunes now, and also keep your ears to the ground for PND's joint album with Jeremih, Late Night Party, to drop some time this year, too.